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Posted on Thu, Oct 04, 2007 05:32

This blog stems from a conversation I had with a friend. I know several ladies, myself included, who can be considered party girls. No, we're not up all night smoking crack or anything, but we do enjoy a drink or three, and are always up to go anywhere, anytime usually for fun and adventure, often spontaneously. Here's the thing.. it seems a lot of guys really like the fact at the beginning these ladies are always raring to go (not speaking sexually here at all), but after a while things have not progressed for my friends , and they are often told they are party girls as the reason. It seems like these guys want a fun date to go to rallies with and party with on their terms, but then when they think long term it seems more like they want Betty Crocker to stay at home. I hate to see my girlfriends hurt, because what these men are not realizing is that these are multi-faceted women, they are both party girls and domestic divas. They know how to have crazy fun, but also work hard, raise kids, and take care of their homes and responsibilities. Thoughts anyone?


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Posted on Thu, Jan 03, 2008 09:31

My wife was an accomplished party girl. She drank for effect, loved to dance and was utterly spontaneous. She also had a positively profound influence on how the kids turned out. The one difference in her, potentially compared to other party girls, is that she was very in tune with how other people felt. She never gave me a reason to feel insecure about our relationship and she never let the partying get out of hand. I think with a little empathy on both sides, women can have both and men can happily accept both. STM


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Posted on Wed, Jan 02, 2008 12:46

Re: tw0527 write: Good Morning, I agree with you these ladies deserve to go and have some fun. They work very hard. It comes down to a trust thing and insecurity from the guy. A relationship is 50 / 50 If they truly want to build a relationship they won't do anything to mess it up, if they don't they will do anything. It goes the same on both sides.

Two, I must have missed your comment originally, but thank you for the wise words. Nice to know there are men who can see both sides of a party girl...face it, at most of our ages, we don't party as much as we used to, and do spend more time at home than out and about.


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Posted on Thu, Nov 08, 2007 08:10

Good Morning, I agree with you these ladies deserve to go and have some fun. They work very hard. It comes down to a trust thing and insecurity from the guy. A relationship is 50 / 50 If they truly want to build a relationship they won't do anything to mess it up, if they don't they will do anything. It goes the same on both sides.

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Posted on Thu, Nov 01, 2007 08:09

Re: DynaThom write: The older I get the more I realize I haven't got the faintest idea what I want. I'm just enjoying - what comes along. DT

You're onto something here DynaThom....keep an open mind...


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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 16:44

Re:Are you talking "pig" housekeeping wise or a man who likes to be the one who calls all the shots in a relationship?There's probably other definitions too. I guess define what you mean as "pig". You seem like such a nice guy. KnuckleFan write: Re:Cinn I hope you didn't misunderstand my writing. I am NOT looking for a one night stand. I AM looking for a long term monogamous relationship. I'm just not the type to meet her family and unless mine is at the same party she wont meet mine. I'm 52 years old and have not lived with anybody for 20 years and like it that way. I have always been honest about it and women are usually OK with it for a while and that was my point. CinnamonGirlOH write: Knuckle, You obviously never met my friend Cathy. She always said her favorite type of men were the ones who didn't like coffee or eggs... meaning they would be gone by morning! And she meant every word of that, she did just like sex, no dinner, no elaborate date, just a few drinks, and then sex. She was very up front about it though, so there would not be any misunderstandings on the guy's part.



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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 16:39

Re: Dang, this is so true. Why are outgoing women so intimidating to men? Maybe intimidating is the wrong word.... hossv8 write: Could you mail me some of them party girls? Could use some live wires here who are multifaceted to keep me on my toes and boil my blood in a "I'm feeling alive" kind of way. You need guys who appreciate the zest for life you have. many guys are challenged by outgoing women...they need to grow up and stand toe to toe with y'all.



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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 16:29

Re: Great IDEAL. But women in real life have to hold a full time job to, so it is hard to keep that all together. Workable if a woman is home all the time. Women get tired, ya know?We have a finite level of energy and we need time for ourselves too. And it seems,even if a man has all that,they still are not satisfied, get used to it all, get restless,and look around to upgrade in general. Can men ever be satisfied with what they have? Maybe it is not the nature of the beast. All your collective thoughts on this? Paladan write: A lady in the living room, a woman in the kitchen & a whore in the bedroom. Would be the best of all worlds in one person. Wish I could find her. In fact if I could find her, I think I would just place a crown on her head and retire from the hunt. I think the biggest problem is that most women lack the attitude to make it all work together, and to me, attitude is more important then looks.



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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 16:20

Re: I agree.Life is common sense. Too often lust and passion cloud one's vision of what type of person who they are really dating and what their values are. Some people just need to live that painful lesson over and over. Heretic write: there are two sided to this. This blog was meant to get the opinion of the guys, but I would like to redirect the question, just to make the point. What kind of "Gentleman" do most "Party girls" think they want? I used to be a bar bouncer, and I have seem countless women meet a guy in a bar, and then try to base their relationship out of that bar. THIS NEVER WORKS! At some point the party has to end, and if that is the basis for the relationship it ends there too. I can only speak for myself, but I would never consider the "Party girl" a good candidate for a serious relationship. I am simply much more interested in a home life than a night life



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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 16:11

Re: Not read, Just understand. Privateer, I think most people stopped their emotional maturation in adolescence, not just men. NOthing wrong with bright, fast, flashy things though. :} You are gutsy to pop a wheelie like that. Yeah, I'm impressed. HDCouple4U2NV write: Re:Oh no you want to read mens minds...I grew up with the guys I've heard it all. Lot's of Luck Ladies.... cruisineasy1 write: Really great blog...hopefully more men here will respond with their opinions. What do men think of gals that can handle both worlds? What's the turn off that makes them drop them and move on? Ok, men...talk! IF you are blunt, who cares..just say it. Men's minds are pure mystery in my book.



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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 09:42

Re: Olderwiser2000 write: No dishwasher! I don't dirty enough dishes to by one. You bring the beer and I'll get the pizza. That way it's a date! We can play deal or no deal, tic tac toe, checkers whatever and the winner gets whatever we were playing for ? and doesn't do dishes. I wouldn't mind if you wanted to pick up everything and still do dishes :)

sure it all looks real good till ya get to the last line!! sneaky little devil you are!


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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 06:09

Re: That's the way to do it DT. Good to see you back here again love. BTW, what ever happened to my ring? LOL DynaThom write: The older I get the more I realize I haven't got the faintest idea what I want. I'm just enjoying - what comes along. DT



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Posted on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 01:35

Sure like the way you think Cinnamon.


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Posted on Tue, Oct 30, 2007 20:05

No dishwasher! I don't dirty enough dishes to by one. You bring the beer and I'll get the pizza. That way it's a date! We can play deal or no deal, tic tac toe, checkers whatever and the winner gets whatever we were playing for ? and doesn't do dishes. I wouldn't mind if you wanted to pick up everything and still do dishes :)


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Posted on Tue, Oct 30, 2007 19:43

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Posted on Tue, Oct 16, 2007 05:54

WTF..no dishwasher???!!! I have to bring the pizza and beer and do the dishs?? Somehow I dont think Im getting the better of the deal here..see I is a smart girl : )


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Posted on Mon, Oct 15, 2007 14:16

That works! you can do your own game and see who wins. Loser does dishes, winner gets to pick or do both and get two prizes. Hurry up with the dishes :)


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Posted on Mon, Oct 15, 2007 06:49

Re: Olderwiser2000 write: Watch'n jeopardy could be a date if the pizza and beer/wine were picked up on the way home. A little candle lite on the coffee table. I'd have to go for " Are you smarter then a fifth grader "

How about "Deal or no Deal" I still have a problem with those 5th rgade questions!


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Posted on Sun, Oct 14, 2007 04:13

Re: KnuckleFan write: Re:Cinn I hope you didn't misunderstand my writing. I am NOT looking for a one night stand. I AM looking for a long term monogamous relationship. I'm just not the type to meet her family and unless mine is at the same party she wont meet mine. I'm 52 years old and have not lived with anybody for 20 years and like it that way. I have always been honest about it and women are usually OK with it for a while and that was my point. CinnamonGirlOH write: Knuckle, You obviously never met my friend Cathy. She always said her favorite type of men were the ones who didn't like coffee or eggs... meaning they would be gone by morning! And she meant every word of that, she did just like sex, no dinner, no elaborate date, just a few drinks, and then sex. She was very up front about it though, so there would not be any misunderstandings on the guy's part.

Yeah. I do understand...I am kind of the same way...not sure if I would ever want to or be able to share my space..the positives would have to outweigh the negatives, I'm pretty protective about my home and personal space. It would take a hell of a man for me to cohabitate..


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Posted on Fri, Oct 12, 2007 14:37


Re:Cinn I hope you didn't misunderstand my writing. I am NOT looking for a one night stand. I AM looking for a long term monogamous relationship. I'm just not the type to meet her family and unless mine is at the same party she wont meet mine. I'm 52 years old and have not lived with anybody for 20 years and like it that way. I have always been honest about it and women are usually OK with it for a while and that was my point. CinnamonGirlOH write: Knuckle, You obviously never met my friend Cathy. She always said her favorite type of men were the ones who didn't like coffee or eggs... meaning they would be gone by morning! And she meant every word of that, she did just like sex, no dinner, no elaborate date, just a few drinks, and then sex. She was very up front about it though, so there would not be any misunderstandings on the guy's part.


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